The concept of Extrude is somewhat derived from dimensional typography. The strategy of extrusion in dimensional typography have deep roots in ornamental and display typography. Extrusion of letters often signify monumentality, as in the 20th-Century Fox logo. Extrude is a slight twist on the conventions of dimensional typography. This typeface involves extrusions of letters with very low contrast, resulting in angular isometric letters. The extruded letters have such low contrast that they resemble the folding and cutting of thin material such as aluminum sheets or papers.
Typographic features include mono weight strokes, vertical axis, and low stroke contrast. These features give every letter’s terminal to be entered in both horizontal and vertical strokes. Planes among vertical and horizontal strokes introduce three-dimensional feature in Extrude. One of the biggest strengths in Extrude is that each letter can be placed on x, y, and z axis.